21.3.2019 - Downs Syndrome Awareness Day. It was lovely to see that some of our children spontaneously decided to wear odd socks today to help raise awareness for Downs Syndrome.
Our netball team won the tournament on Wednesday 13th March, they also won the 'Best Team Spirit' award. We are all very proud of you!
The Chaplaincy group lead the younger children in prayer using the Stations of the Cross.
15/3/2019 Today in whole school assembly we celebrated the feast of St. Patrick.
15/3/2019 The Fairtrade Committee complete their fundraising challenge for the final Fair Achiever Award. Well done to you for all your hard work in achieving this award.
14/3/2019 Linda Ricketts from the NSPCC visited school today to talk to all the children about,' Speak out, Stay Safe.'
14/3/2019 Paul Ripley from CAFOD visited school today to talk about raising money during Lent for the people of Bangladesh. After the assembly all children completed classroom activities based on the CAFOD theme, 'Take the give it up challenge this Lent.'
Displays around school
Today we linked up via Skype with a school in Texas. Afterwards, the teacher passed this message on "I want to extend a special thank you from the students and staff at Asa Low for participating in the Skype with us on March 9. It was an amazing experience for our students to see and speak with you and your precious students from across the world. We loved sharing about our cultures, schools and more and especially loved the song you sang for us."
On Friday 8th March, the Fairtrade Committee organised a drama performance as part of 'Fairtrade Fortnight.' The committee have also organised a poster competition to raise funds for Fairtrade.
World Book Day 7th March. The children all dressed as their favourite characters from traditional tales. In the morning they were entertained by an arts company who performed 'Once Upon A Time.'
Fr. Daniel led the service on Ash Wednesday. The children gathered with the parish community in school to take part in this spiritual event.
Ruth George M.P. enjoyed her visit to school today. She was impressed with the questions that the children asked!
Thursday 14th February. Whole school mass was celebrated today by Fr. Kevin. The children's behaviour was outstanding, which is reflected in the comments from the parishioners and wider Church family.
KS 2 Forest schools session. The children have been learning how to light a fire using flint sticks and a lattice structure with lint. We then sat around the fire for hot drinks and biscuits.
The School Council led an Internet Safety assembly on Friday 8th February 2019.
Outdoor art at Thornsett Primary School
NSPCC Number Day 2019. All the children took part in fun filled mathematics activities throughout the day.
Our brilliant benchball team!!
On Tuesday 22nd January one of our governors Jo Barber came into school to help make a shelter in our forest schools area. We are very privileged to have experienced forest school practitioners within our parish.
Judaism with Jeremy. On Thursday 6th December the whole school participated in a range of activities about Judaism. The display celebrates the children's work.
Christmas eve Mass 2018
Key stage 2 Nativity
Sunday 16th December. As part of the preparation for Advent children have been thinking about others. The pupils have written Christmas cards for the elderly within the Church congregation. They handed the cards out at the end of Mass.
Friday 23rd November :The Fair Trade committee hold an assembly on how we can be just and fair.
Welcome to the gallery! Please enjoy browsing our photographs.
On Saturday 17th November St. Mary's school children supported the parish Christmas Fayre and helped to raise £105 on the chocolate tombola.
The children have all taken part in a range of activities for Anti-bullying week. During assembly today children from all classes had the opportunity to share their work.
Remembrance poppy display